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A recent study published in the Journal of Animal Science investigated the accuracy of label claims made by commercial kefir products designed for companion animals.
A recent study published in Translational Animal Science, researchers evaluated dried egg protein as a possible replacement for spray-dried plasma protein.
In this recent Translational Animal Science study, researchers looked at the potential of black soldier fly larvae to replace SBM as a high-protein feed ingredient.
Researchers in this recent Translational Animal Science study hypothesized that there may be a link between DCM and taurine, and that feeding dogs a grain-free diet would lower their blood taurine levels.
A recent article in the Journal of Animal Science evaluated how mucosal disaccharidases affected the feed efficiency of cattle.
A recent article in the Journal of Animal Science investigated the effects of microencapsulated organic acids and essential oils in weaned piglets.
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A recent article published in Translational Animal Science addressed an information gap on the production, nutritive value, and suitability for grazing of warm-season cultivars in the north-central USA.
A recent article published in the Journal of Animal Science aimed to determine intestinal organ indices, intestinal morphology, and epithelial maturation markers in suckling piglets.
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